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  • Instructor Resources

    Instructor Resources

    For the following resources, verified instructors can visit the resource page for Introduction to Genetics.

    The Art of Introduction to Genetics
    The images from the book are available in two convenient formats: PowerPoint and JPEG. Figures are searchable by figure number, figure name, or by keywords used in the figure legend from the book.

    Animations and Videos
    The animations and videos that are available to students are also available on the Instructor Resources area in two formats, WMV and QuickTime.

    Instructor's Lecture Outlines
    The section headings, concept headings, and figures from the text have been integrated into PowerPoint presentations.

    Question Bank
    Written by Sheryl L. Fuller-Espie, it contains over 400 multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, matching, true-false, and written-answer questions that can be used for creating tests, quizzes, or questions for personal response systems (clickers). The Question Bank is available in MS Word format and pre-loaded into Diploma generator software, which is fully compatible with the major course management systems. Questions can be scrambled, edited, and new questions can be added.

  • Student Resources

    Student Resources

    For the following resources, students can visit the resource page for Introduction to Genetics.

    Animations and Videos
    Animations and videos have been created to dynamically illustrate important concepts from the book, and make many of the more difficult topics accessible.

    Each chapter contains a multiple-choice quiz, written by Sheryl L. Fuller-Espie, Cabrini College, USA.

    Each chapter contains a set of flashcards that allow students to review key terms from the text.

    Self-Study Questions and Discussion Topics
    Answers to - or hints on how to answer - self-study questions and discussion topics are given at the end of each chapter.

    The complete glossary from the book is available on the website and can be searched and browsed as a whole or by chapter.

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    Chapter 2: DNA

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